I was not previously familiar with CHM but what I quickly found out was this.1) there are plenty of shareware CHM to PDF converters that probably work fine. 2) You should be able to print CHM to PDF if you have Pdf Converting or any other print to PDF tool. The first question that occurred to me when I learned about CHM is "Why aren't t using FrameMaker?" that was the gold standard for technical documentation the last time I was involved with it (which was a while ago). For any conversion you will do better if you have the source material in a format that you can edit, ideally in a format that works with well-known and widely compatible editors. Also, why PDF? wouldn't ePub or HTML be a better choice today? PDF is a final presentation format. Hope this helps!
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